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The children of Israel's path to reconciliation with their lost brother - Joseph - began at the same time they did away with him. This is a path riddled with jealousy, bitterness, rage and betrayal. However, it is equally a path filled with undying love, longing, confession, forgiveness, reconciliation, restoration, peace, blessings and a new beginning. Whereas, the children of Israel reviled Joseph earlier; this time, they truly feared and revered Zaph'-nath-pa-a-ne'-ah. Unknown to them, this rejected and murdered prince still oversees all their deliberations ... However, If the sons of Jacob had not rejected their brother, As-e-nath may never have met her most beloved husband - Zaph'-nath-pa-a-ne-ah. Ma-nas'-seh and E'-phra-im would never have been born. In like manner, the rejection of the Son of Joseph also ensures that the Gentiles met her Christ; and the Gentile Church is born.

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